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Nov 16, 2013 5:00pm EST
want to draw your attention to the fact that when don mates mentioned jerry trumble, the young baseball player that left a promising career in the majors to enlist in the marine corps, that our president of the american veterans center, jim roberts, has written a rather lengthy article about jimmy trumble. we invite you to go to the espn website, google no legacy, excuse me, the legacy of jimmy trumble on espn. you'll find a lot more detail on this amazing story. so with that said, we're happy to take some questions from the audience. any questions for him? there we go. frank, stand up and speak up. >> i can't hear you. >> what was the most rewarding aspect of your military service? >> the morning after -- >> rewarding aspect of your military service. what is the high point of your military service? >> oh. the high point -- as far as combat went, it was very satisfactory on guam where i managed to kill a few japanese. in fact, whenever i went on patrol, i used a b.a.r. a scout was supposed to use something else, but i didn't want to be out front by mist. i would pick up a b.a.r
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